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Environment Minister Mary Polak has determined that the Jumbo Glacier Resort project has not been substantially started.
Alison Harper was thrilled by the rolling success of a community bicycle ride with the children in Kugluktuk, Nunavut.
Making the most of your family time in the valley.
For the last eight years, Jack Olson has specialized in building custom-made totem poles.
The controversial B.C. gas tax raised alarm bells when it was initially enacted, but now, some people view it as a vehicle for change.
One of the ten most expensive pieces of real estate for sale in the Kootenay region, is located just outside of Radium Hot Springs.
Debra Fisher has been given the nod from the MNBC to act as the Columbia Valley Metis Association (CVMA) president.
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“Thanks Mom,” especially if your mom helped you get started on your way to a World Cup alpine ski racing career.
Exposing the weaknesses of wolverines could ultimately help strengthen their population numbers.
given up my lazy Saturday morning sleep in and meet a group of eager birdwatchers at Ritchies Point parking lot along Westside Road
The Radium Hot Springs Sunrise Rotary Club has been hard at work creating a community garden for the Radium village
Marianne Ober and Graham Kinley’s relationship was pulled into the thrills and spills of extreme sports
Picture of people, places, and events that made it into the Valley Echo paper
It’s not surprising that an outdoors-loving, involved person such as Jamie Hurschler chose to make the Upper Columbia Valley home.
Canadians should be deeply concerned about Bill C-51, the federal government’s new anti-terrorism bill
Whiteswan Lake, one of the most popular fishing spots in the East Kootenay, is set for some significant changes this year.
Kootenay Columbia NDP members welcomed a full house of supporters who signed up to participate in the upcoming election campaign
The only constant in life is change and our community newspapers are no different.
Pictures of Places, events and people in the Columbia Valley That made it into the Valley Echo paper